Hotel Der Hechl
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... Wulf spent time with his mother and
family during the war. We were literally
30 kilometres away. So we took an
afternoon drive, imagined the plight of Wulf’s young mother, war time
conditions and how a young boy may have viewed the mountains, the river and the
remoteness of Birnbaum. Dinner was
home-cooked and splendid at Edelweisshof, The night cooled off and we wished
that Libby and her family could visit this place one day.
This morning we stopped by mauthausen, the last concentration camp to be closed at the end of WW2. For the scale of atrocities committed, the fortification was smaller than I expected. A quiet and somber place, with buildings open, a museum then finally the memorials there leave you feeling hope as you exit the ...
... mountain peaks, the clearest and bluest lakes and rivers. We both agreed this is the most spectacular stop we’ve made to date. We pulled into the camping ground and secured the very last camp site available for the night, surrounded by trees and looking up at a massive granite peak which also featured the cable cars to the salt mine attraction.
The camp site was well positioned in the middle of town, so after setting up we ...
... pattern but soon the sun was out and it was warming up, the combination of the two make it very steamy. We started off with a DVD for the girls so Jess and I got a bit of work done and then the girls entertained themselves, playing various games. We had some lunch and still we didn't do anything, just took it easy and tried to plan a bit of our route ahead which ...
... pancake strips in a beef broth and then the girls had massive schnitzels and Jess and I went halves on some duck and dumplings and lamb medallions with creamed savoy cabbage. Lets just say there was nothing left on the plates, delicious. We have decided to stay one more day in Austria as we are all enjoying it here and we are all too knackered to rush around in the morning and pack everything up so we might just have a lazy ...